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Game Changer, Ultimate 'Survivor' Sarah Wins The Top $1 Million PrizeLacina was crowned Wednesday night in Studio City. She told Entertaiment Reporter Suzanne Marques she has been plans for the money.
Detectives Investigate Fatal Shooting Of Driver In WestmontThe shooting occurred around 6:45 p.m., officials said.
Wildfire Threatens Homes in WrightwoodNo evacuations needed as of now officials say, Crystal Cruz reports.
Coastal Flooding Takes Out Seawall In Newport BeachNo severe damage and no evacuations were reported.
Only On 2: Suspect Wanted For Stabbing Man 13 Times Outside Taco TruckThe victim, Kris Brown, showed off his scars to CBS 2's Kris Brown. He's hoping someone can identify his assailant.
Skydiving Plane Has Crash Landing In PerrisFortunately, no one was hurt. Rick Garcia reports.


Incubus Performs Soundgarden Hit For Chris Cornell: He Was a Huge Influence On MeIncubus paid tribute to the late Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell by performing their 1994 hit, “Black Hole Sun” at KROQ’s Weenie Roast in California. They were joined on stage with Cafe The Elephant’s Matt Shutlz. Brandon Boyd spoke emotionally about how Cornell influenced his music and life.
Actress Amy Aquino Discusses Role On 'Bosch'Actress Amy Aquino stopped by the KCAL9 News set on Sunday morning to discuss her role on "Bosch." Amy Johnson reports.
Ojai Eatery Features Summer Sampling On KCAL9 NewsAndrea Rodella appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning with a sampling of the summer menu that will be offered at Olivella at Ojai Valley Inn and Spa. Serene Branson reports.


Detectives Investigate Fatal Shooting Of Driver In WestmontThe shooting occurred around 6:45 p.m., officials said.
Former LAPD, Placentia Officer Suspected In Bay Area Bank RobberyPolice say Jennifer Rae McClary disguised herself as a man when she handed a teller a note and demanded money at a bank in Danville.
Get Ready For More Screening At LAX As Electronic Devices Raise ConcernTravelers at some U.S. airports are being asked to place electronic devices bigger than a cellphone in separate bins so that they can be examined more closely.

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